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  1. Glenn Close Returns to Stage, Reveals Remarkable Childhood in Cult

    9:07 am 10/14/2014

    Back on Broadway in Edward Albee's 'A Delicate Balance,' the three-time Tony winner opens up her larger-than-life father, William Taliaferro Close, a doctor who spent years in the Congo, battling Ebola and serving as Congolese leader Mobutu Sese Seko's personal physician; his decision to join religious group/cult the Moral Re-Armament; and why she holds no resentment: "Forgiveness is probably the most revolutionary concept there is right now in our world"Read more

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  2. MIPCOM Preview: 10 Shows on This Year's Hot List

    9:00 am 10/11/2014

    Looking for a fun reality format or a quirky sitcom? Look elsewhere. Content creators around the globe have become obsessed with the hourlong drama (with one exception)Read more

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  3. How to Cast Conjoined Twins on Broadway

    2:16 pm 10/10/2014

    Oscar winner and 'Dreamgirls' director Bill Condon makes a risky Broadway directing debut with a revamp of a 1997 cult musical — a critical darling that lasted only three months in its original runRead more

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  4. 'A Star Is Born' at 60: A Look Back at Hollywood's First Big Televised Movie Premiere

    9:00 am 10/10/2014

    Six decades ago, Jack Warner hustled to get the likes of Elizabeth Taylor and Frank Sinatra to the first televised film debut, but a budget overrun and long running time still sunk the movieRead more

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  5. Why French-Made Series Are Invading American TV

    5:00 am 10/10/2014

    High-end English-language programming with Gallic backers quietly has become de rigueur in HollywoodRead more

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  6. Throwback Thursday: 'Outbreak' Hit Theaters in 1995

    12:00 pm 10/9/2014

    Two decades before the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the U.S., two virus-centric films were put into production, but only one actually got madeRead more

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  7. IFC Films' Jonathan Sehring on 'Boyhood's' Oscar Campaign and 'Crouching Tiger 2' Backlash

    11:00 am 10/9/2014

    The indie film veteran, who also runs Sundance Select, dishes on the joys of day-and-date, new distributors like A24 and Bleecker Street and how 
to react when a filmmaker calls you a "punk" and a "vampire"Read more

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  8. TV Agents Smackdown: Four Top Sharks on "Destructive" Network Execs, Clients They'd Poach and What a Hit Showrunner Can Earn

    9:00 am 10/9/2014

    In a candid conversation, CAA's Adam Berkowitz, ICM Partners' Ted Chervin, WME's Ari Greenburg and UTA's Matt Rice discuss what they'd change about the development process, why they don't care how many people are watching shows on Netflix or Amazon, and how clients perceive broadcast vs. cable: "You’re not going to make $100 million from a cable show, though you can make $50 million"Read more

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  9. Ken Tucker: Morning News Shows Now Full of Social-Media Promotion, Synergistic Shilling — But Little News

    6:00 am 10/9/2014

    "The networks' news divisions are pumping out morning TV that is a riot of brightly colored sets, social-media branding and sponsored segments. … Their efforts are both heroic and dismaying," writes the veteran criticRead more

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  10. Why 'Game of Thrones' Actors Get More Movie Roles Than 'Walking Dead' Stars

    5:00 am 10/9/2014

    Four players from HBO's drama have booked high-profile film projects, while the AMC show's players tend to land, if anything, more obscure rolesRead more

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